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was the advocate of tax reform. tax reform was code for raising your taxes. through ronald reagan, we changed that and now tax reform means revenue neutral tax reform. our pledge is the defender of that. we feel very strongly that nobody suld poke holes in that line of defense against tax increases. the commission that obama put together which was not ratified by congress. , some for henpecked guys like simpson who he knew would support increased taxes, they came up with an idea, a plan that promised to reduce spending by $3 trillion in the future and raise taxes by $1 trillion. that was their numbers. paul ryan looked at their plant and said there are tax increases. it would actually be a $2 trillion tax increase. it is a big tax increase. we led with their lower number. two is worse than three is worse than that. i understand the temptation of trying to get the democrats to come to the table to reduce spending. democrats say they will come if you put tax increases on the table. i have had conversations with each of these senators on the phone. they assured me that everything is on the table
attempt on the late president ronald reagan. today marks the 30th anniversary of that event. where were you when that happened? how did it change your life? if you are a democrat, and they all [unintelligible] readin this headline from "usa today," the article says this -- underneath that article, a separate paragraph says secret service splices big after that assassination attempt. it lead to lasting changes in the way the secret service protect present -- protect presidents. it also says the agency incorporates far more technology for protecting the president against threats. agents performed flawlessly, according to a book on the assassination. we will talk about this with you today, where were you that day? if you are not alive then, what you think about that assassination attempt of former rig up former president ronald reagan? how that has changed how we protect the presidency? a democrat from silver springs, maryland is the first. caller: i am truly disturbed and puzzled by the attention given to ronald reagan. this is being spoken of in the context of other attempts on president
was the was a tremendous increase and president's public religiosity beginning with the election of ronald reagan in 1980 and '81 and continuing through every president since regardless of party. bill clinton was more or less identical. so we found this pattern. and to just give you a few concrete examples of some of the trends that we observed, specific numbers that will help us make sense of this what i think is quite a major shift, references to god in the typical major presidential address from franklin roosevelt through jimmy carter, about one reference to god, one indication of god is a typical major presidential of best since reagan took office, there have been about three. in the broader faith terms, tossing, pray, church, bible. we looked at 50 of these terms. president jimmy carter and before which use about six terms. since reagan took office that number jumped to closer to 11. these are a couple of the shifts. let me give you a few more examples. the number of times in an average presidential term since ronald reagan came to office that the president would go out and speak to a religious of t
las balas vuelan en una escuela en houston. >>> recuerdan al ex presidente ronald reagan. >>> el presidente barack obama anuncia univun anuni-edosooc.iv- (♪ ♪) >>> otra tragedia, escolar en houston texas, donde al parecer un estudiante abrió fuego contra varios jóvenes, matando a uno de ellos y dejando a varios más heridos, se reportó un arresto y aún está bajo investigación el tiroteo. >>> hoy se cumplen 30 años del intento de asesinato del ex presidente. ronald reagan.un >>>el presidente barack obama anunció un plan para reducir la dependencia de petróleo extranjero,univisionnot uni-edie central. >>nou objetivo es reducir las importaciones 30% en 10 años, su plan , vehículos más eficientes, fuentes alternativas de energía, petróleo y gas natural en estados unidos, yision también energía nuclear. >>> aunque se agregue un poco más de ethanol a la gasolina, el total deunivisionnot uni-edic.ne culpa al presidente barack obama de haber obstruido la obra petrolera en el golfo de méxico. >>> los contribuyentes estadounidenses no pueden financiar los gastgos, de
is responding. >> reporter: seven u.s. military ships were sent to the region, including the uss ronald reagan with medical facilities on board and airlift capabilities to move people and supply. president obama had a briefing this morning. the white house said, by his homeland security advisor in the office. and in japan, the u.s. has 38,000 troops stationed in japan. the defense department put out this video of marines preparing to leave their homebase on the island of okinawa, to head to mainland japan with rescue equipment, cargo, personnel, and other assets. robert gates said the military wants to provide whatever is needed by the government of japan and the u.s. embassy in tokyo. >> we have the ronald reagan closing on japan right now and sending another amphibious ship and we're pulling in helicopters from around the region region and so on and those two ships can be used for helicopter operations in the humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. >> and usaid deployed two urban search-and-rescue teams at the request of the japanese government. one team left today, and joining the rest
, filling the term of the late senator ted kennedy. senator brown spoke of the ronald reagan presidential library in simi valley, california. [applause] >> well, before i get started i just want to say i had an opportunity to go around and try to meet everybody and say hello, and i know you talk about the weather here, no offense. [laughter] snow as high as the flags. i did get a chance to tour this facility and be part of history. it's a wonderful opportunity for not just young people but every person from every walk of life and i am so honored to be here. i want to thank you all for the very warm welcome and john, i appreciate kind introduction and the chance to visit the ronald reagan presidential library. this is my first time here, and what an honor it is for me to meet a living legend, obviously and nancy reagan herself it's wonderful to be with you, thank you. [applause] it's a tremendous thrill for me to be here and it was great to meet so many of you the book signing i tried to get pictures and learn about you and your families and you said such nice things i just hope the review
ronald reagan." the carrier has shifted to another area as a precaution. >>> hi, everybody. good morning. good to have you here. i'm thomas roberts. let's get straight to msnbc's chris jansing in tokyo. i know it's after midnight there now, 1.9 million people remaining without power and those that are lucky enough to have it still have to experience the rolling blackouts. so is there any word yet about when certain areas will get power fully restored in. >> reporter: that decision has not been made yet. and you can understand that we are in the middle here in japan of what appears to be an escalating nuclear crisis and so they continue to have these rolling blackouts. we saw some power going back on behind me there at the tokyo tower, but understand that this area alone has 45 million people requiring power so they're trying to conserve as much as they can. because a quarter of the power here has been affected by the devastating earthquake and tsunami. now, you also mentioned the rescuers, the americans who were contaminated. they are pouring in rescuers from literally all around the wor
. it was 30 years ago today that president ronald reagan was shot in the chest outside of the hilton hotel on connecticut avenue. ainsley earhart has more. >> i didn't know i was shot. in fact, i was still ask what was that noise. i thought it was firecrackers. >> reporter: it was an attempt on the 40th president's life 30 years ago on march 30th, 19816789 president ronald reagan was leaving a hotel when john w. hinckley shot at the president. he was able to get within 20 feet of the president in a crowd held back only by a rope line. a secret service agent and a d.c. police officer were also shot. >> shot right through the head. there is blood pouring out of his head. >> reporter: that who be james brady, the white house press secretary who was dealt a devastating injury. he later lobbied for a stricter gun control law dubbed the brady bill. >> my freedom was taken away by a deranged young man who purchased his handgun over the counter without a wait or without a check. >> reporter: president bill clinton signed the measure into law in 1993 bringing federal background checks on firearm pu
] >> awful us have our memories of the public ronald reagan but what was the family man like here to share moments is michael reagan author of the new reagan revolution. michael, welcome. >> what was it about your dad that to this day gives you the great sense of this was a great man? >> you know, he was a great story teller. he spoke in parables . he brought you into him. he made you feel like you were part of everything that was going on. he never put himself above you. he put himself with you . whether you were a child or whether you were michael governor or governor mike huckabee or whomever . those special moments for me was before he got in politics and that saturday mornings sitting on the curb in front of our home on beverily glen and waiting for him to come and pick me and my sister up and myself and a friend and drive us out to the ranch and be able to spend the day with my father at the ranch, whether it was horseback riding or shopping wood or simply shooting ground swirls in the afternoon before we came home. they are the special moments i remember with my father . i missed be
that president ronald reagan walked out of a washington hotel, waved to the crowd, and was met with a hail of bullets. today, we learned new details about what happened next. here's terry moran. >> reporter: it was a moment of truth for the country and for the man. [ gunshots ] six shots. less than two seconds. >> back up, back up! >> get him out, get him out! >> reporter: and in the chaos, three men down. the gunman, 25-year-old john hinkley jr., subdued in a bristling pack of secret service agents. a cry crisis for a young, untested president. it was barely two months after his inauguration. the country was mired in a recession. >> back to the white house. back to the white house. raw hide is okay. >> reporter: agent barry parr using the code name. good news, he seems to be unhurt. 46 seconds later, he switches course to the hospital. >> we're going to george washington fast. >> reporter: that decision saved reagan's life. the country held its breath and learned something about ronald reagan. at the hospital, the stricken president, in shock, with no discernible blood pressure faced the
and helicopters from the u.s.s. ronald reagan have done 20 missions to and from japanese ships and food and supplies to three different towns and that's a lot the u.s.s. ronald reagan arrived yesterday and will continue to help out with search and rescue in the area for the days to come. back to you guys. >> alisyn: peter doocy, thank you so much. even for the people who survived this horrible event, the tsunami, they're far from out of the woods. there are roeports that 1.4 million households have been without water since the quake struck and 2 1/2 million households are without lek trysts. >> clayton: the numbers keep going up. earlier in the show, 200,000 people evacuated according to nhk, the public broadcasting company there in japan. 380,000 people have been evacuated to emergency, emergency shelters and many of those shelters, alisyn, as you were pointing out. don't have power either and they're put in community centers, churches and schools as we were hearing in some of the areas wiped out and decimated and they don't have power either. >> pete are mentioned the u.s.s. ronald re
president ronald reagan. four people were hit in the barrage of bullets and survived. up next, hear from one of the survivors. the press secretary jim brady.  >> 30 years ago tomorrow, john hinkly fired six rounds from a .22-caliber revolver in an attempt to assassinate ronald reagan, four bullets instruct mark striking the president, a police officer and brady suffered a devastating wound out of the others. he has been confined to the wheelchair, and paralyzed on one side. today, brady and his wife sarah sat down with paul wagner for the only local television introduce. paul joins us with the story. paul? >> reporter: sarah brady said the assassination attempt that nearly claimed the life of ronald reagan and her husband is still so fresh in her mind, seems like it happened yesterday. it plays like a movie in her mind frame-by-frame w. tomorrow, the 30 athanniversary, they have no bitterness but sarah brady has strong views on would-be a sassin john helpingly. >> i don't think that -- john hinkley. >> i don't think he should be released and i understand the law and i -- and there is probab
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anniversary of the attempted assassination of president ronald reagan. shot at close range outside of a hotel. the assailant was declared insane and has been under psychiatric care ever since. we have this report from washington. >> that ordinary day becomes a moment in history. >> six shots fired from a few meters away. president reagan is practically thrown into his car. three men are cut down by gunfire. in the car, the secret service agent with the present checks him over. he seems fine. the word goes out. they head for the white house, the most secure place in town. but the president has blood coming from the smell. bright red. they change course and head for the hospital. but it was his behavior inside of the hospital that changed the way that people saw their president. >> he was making jokes. the american people like a cowboy. they like a guy that can laugh at things like that. . >> ronald reagan served two full terms. bbcs tell the diamond, news, washington. -- >> tony diamond, bbc news, washington. >> david cameron said that he will love what outperforming forces in libya. preparing
to ask you, mark, about ronald reagan. the story is that ronald reagan was kind of taking on the fed and rattling the cages and the fed taught him a lesson. and he kind of went back into line. we'll get into that in a second. >> glenn: i'm patti ann >>> i'm patti ann browne. gaddafi is arming volunteers to fighting rebel forces. the pentagon official says he has limited ability to commander ground forces. violence across syria, as the troops opened fire on protesters in several cities. pro and antigovernment demonstrators clashes on the street and the capitol. no word of the number of casualties. tens of thousands took to the street after friday prayers. the dow closed up gaining 362 for the week, biggest climb since july. you can read more about the crisis in libya on foxnews.com. glenn beck returns in a moment but first, jim angle previews "special report." >> coming up, more attacks on libyan forces and weapons as uprising spread to other nations in the region. join us in 28 minutes. ♪ ♪ >> back now with g. edward griffin and mark calabria. edward is the author of creature fro
on ronald reagan. there were firsthand accounts of tense moments that followed from everybody to the secret service to the doctors who worked on the president that -- on that day. the author will join us -- join us in the next hour so stick around for that. >>> the disaster in japan prompts a warning for parents there. don't let your babies drink tap water. and the united states starts banning some food from being imported from japan. the latest developments ahead this hour. >>> two murders in olney in just three days. montgomery county police could determine today if the cases are connected. we're live are the latest. >>> and the author of raw hade down joins us with the shalling that nearly killed ronald reagan almost 30 years ago. >>> good morning, i'm steve chenevey. >> and i'm allison seymour. and classes are canceled today at arlington schools with a sewage problem. so closed at campbell elementary school. >>> and we'll say good morning to tony perkins. >> thank you for not doing any weird segway. rainy conditions across portions
the mainland and the uss ronald reagan is serving as a base of operation. we will have much more on that mission in a moment. dozens of other nations including the united states are sending the japanese government millions in disaster relief. early on monday, early today in the united states, president obama said the united states government will do whatever it can to help the country recover. and now james is live at the state department. james? >>reporter: growth ensure -- greetings from washington. the united states is sending the full range of the u.s. government and resources with money. crews on the command ship spent the weekend packing humanitarian supplies. in all, eight u.s. ships including a nuclear powered aircraft power uss ronald reagan are responding to the crisis and three surveillance aircraft are flying overhead. locally a search-and-rescue team fairfax county and joined by another from los angeles are already in japan, they have emergency medical skills and engineering and water search capabilities. president obama, as you mentioned, pledge full u.s. assistance
ronald reagan among them . official in washington in constant communication with the japanese government deciding what kind of help will be needed. molly, a lot of things have changed in the past few hours. they may need most, help with the nuclear power plant situation. >> hi, harris, that is what the obama administration is watching closely. the white house posted the picture of president obama getting a briefing in his office by john brenon. there was a warning from the yap nease government. if you are living or traveling 12 miles from the fukushima nuclear power plant should evacuate immediately. >> the u.s. military is on the way with supplies. what kind of assets do we have there. >> at this moment seven are headed to yapan including the uss ronald reagan . the u.s. has 30,000 troops stationed there. there is video of marines preparing to leave the home base to go to main land japan with rescue equipment and assets. here is defense secretary robert gates. >> we have the ronald reagan closing in on japan right now. we are sending another big deck ship and pulling in helicopters from
up. >>> well, this week marks 30 years since president ronald reagan was shot and nearly killed by a deranged young man. >> so many years later we're hearing details, new details of the life-threatening moments and also about the grace and humor with which he survived them. here's "nightline" anchor terry moran. >> reporter: it was a moment of truth for the country and for the man. six shots less than two seconds. and in the chaos, three men down, the gunman, 25-year-old john hinckley jr., subdued in a bristling pack of secret service agents. a crisis for a young, untested presidency. >> i, ronald reagan, do -- >> reporter: it was barely two months after his inauguration. the country was anxious, mired in recession, confronting a dangerous world. >> back to the white house, back to the white house, rawhide is okay. >> reporter: inside the limousine after the shooting, newly released secret service tapes show agent jerry parr using code name for reagan radios good news, he seems to be unhurt. 46 seconds later with reagan coughing up a lot of blood in the backseat, parr switches c
who made the split second decision that saved ronald reagan's life. . >> do we want to go to the emergency room of george washington. >> that's a roger. >> george washington is fast. get an ambulance. i mean, get the stretcher out there. more on my hotel? by giving me huge discounts on rooms hotels can't always fill. with unpublished rates. which means i get an even more rockin' hotel, for less. where you book matters. expedia. it's easy to get the calcium you need with two soft chews each day give you plus with a great taste you'll enjoy, try viactiv today. >>> topping the headlines now on "andrea mitchell reports," bp says an employee traveling on business lost a laptop filled with the personal information of 13,000 louisiana residents who filed claims after the gulf oil spill. >>> and tillie the killer whale blamed for the death of a seaworld trainer is returning to the show in orlando today. the 6 ton orca was involved in two earlier deaths, but seaworld says that new safety precautions are now in place. >>> in japan, there are new setbacks at the fukushima nuclear pow
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. mondale and ferraro lost to ronald reagan and george bush in a landslide, but ferraro's place in history was secure. her family says she died of multiple myeloma, a blood cancer she had battled for 12 years. geraldine ferraro, dead at the age of 75. >>> other news to report when we come back. coldwell banker. we never stop moving. premier of the packed bag. you know when to hold 'em... and how to fold 'em. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle...and go. you can even take a full-size or above and still pay the mid-size price. here we are... [ male announcer ] and there you go, business pro. there you go. go national. go like a pro. >>> of course japan is still in the news. in japan growing concern that high levels of radiation now contaminate the environment around the badly damaged fukushima nuclear power plant. japanese safety officials say ocean water 1,000 feet from the facility shows radiation levels more than 1200 times higher than normal. plant workers right now are pumping fresh water into three of the reactors to flush out sea wa
the 30th anniversary of the attempted assassination of the then u.s. president ronald reagan. the gunman john hinckley shot the president outside a hotel leaving him with life-threatening injuries. we report. >> an ordinary day becomes a moment in hizzry. -- in history. six shots fired from a few meters away. president reagan is practically thrown into his car. the gunman is mobbed by police and secret service. three men fall. cut down by gunfire. the president's car speeds away. in the car the secret service man with him checks him over. he seems fine. the word goes out over the secret service radio. >> he is ok. >> they head to the hospital but the president has blood coming from his mouth, bright red and he looks poor. it was his behavior inside the hospital that changed the way americans looked at their president. >> this was true reagan, cracking jokes, funny one-liners. being heroic in the face of death. americans like a cowboy. they like a guy who can laugh at death and it played huge role in separating the politics from the man. >> ronald reagan would serve two full terms and lea
stopping moment across america. the shooting that targeted then president ronald reagan. the chilling radio call that has never been heard publicly before. >>> and oscar winning actor gibson facing domestic abuse charges. the deal he made in court. >>> a dry and milder weekend in store. i'm bob turk i'll have the complete first warning forecast coming up next. feeding a family of five, it's a challenge. especially with the two growing boys. they just eat and eat and eat. when i go shopping, i look for the specials. i'm looking for the real deals. i know they're going to save me money and that's something i appreciate. save more with giant's frozen food event. spend $100 in frozen foods through march 24th and get a $25 coupon good on your next order. just use your card and save on practically the whole aisle. i'm saving money at the register, and that really works for me. more savings every time you shop with your giant card. >>> it is 41 degrees and mostly cloudy in central maryland right now. in lockland nevada this 500- foot smokestack was reduced to rubble during a planned implosion. the
the rescue. we're headed out to the "uss ronald reagan," now running search and rescue flights off the japanese coast, despite the risk of drifting radiation. we're getting an exclusive look into the it effort. >>> and domestic concerns. retailers set out of iodide tab lets as americans stock up, fearful of what's happening in japan could happen here. with u.s. nuclear reactors built atop fault lines, how big is the risk? >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran and cynthia mcfadden in new york city and bill weir in japan, this is "nightline," march 15th, 2011. >> and good evening from the atsugi naval air station. it is wednesday afternoon here in japan. we're waiting to board that flight to the "uss ronald reagan," the massive u.s. aircraft carrier off the coast of tsunami-ravaged japan. more on that in a moment. first, the most pressing news, the fear of nuclear fallout from that ravaged fukushima daiichi power plant, where last night another explosion and fire prompted the prime minister to take to the national airwaves with this warning. "the leake
that the aircraft carrier ronald reagan and helicopters flying eight missions in japan have been exposed to radiation but no military personnel are recorded sick. we'll get the latest from japan. >> an exposure ripped through another reactor, something officials warned could happen following the first explosion on saturday. the container reportedly wasn't damaged. the radiation leaked but the levels were low. still there's reason for concern. >> we are at a reactor tipping point. either the next 24 to 48 hours they'll get control or you'll get meltdown on more than one reactor, an unprecedented situation. >> hundreds of thousands have been told to evacuate. the message for survivors of the disaster was clear sos. but the mission to deliver help has been difficult. how many numbers of people are stranded and homeless sleeping in makeshift shelterers. there was a shortage of water, food and power. lines stretched for ten city blocks. one mother said i didn't know what to feed my baby. i didn't want to dehydrated. waves showed how fast and terrifying it was. but amid destruction, stories of
recent introduces of the secret service agent who was with ronald reagan through the on deal and the doctor who saved the president's life. >>> tonight, there is talk of settling on a $33 billion cut and that is between the $21 billion the dells want and the $61 billion the republicans want. democrats would agree to an extra 12 billion mandatory programs with automatic funding. one sticking point, the house plans to cut 61 billion to put the healthcare leave haul into effect. another, the tea-party backed lawmakers don't want to meet in the middle. >> and republicans need to decide which is worse. angering the tea party base or shutting down the government, threatening our fragile economy more. >> by the comments the democrats are making, that they are not serious about solving our country's fiscal problems, and, you know, the president's been missing in action, the democrat leadership here in the congress is missing in action. >> republicans want to cut funding. we go toward -- that would go toward cleaning up the chesapeake bay. >>> the edge on maryland, the senate voted to
ex presidente ronald reagan. >>>el presidente barack obama anunció un plan para reducir la dependencia de petróleo extranjero, aunque el costo de la gasolina continúa aumentando. >>> con precios que superan los 4 dólares por galón el llenar el tanque duele. >>> no veo razón por qué los precios son tan altos. >>> reducir la dependencia en el petróleo extranjero es una parte central. >>> su objetivo es reducir las importaciones 30% en 10 años, su plan , vehículos más eficientes, fuentes alternativas de energía, petróleo y gas natural en estados unidos, y también usar energía nuclear. >>> aunque se agregue un poco más de ethanol a la gasolina, el total de la flota vehicular sigue siendo de gasolina. >>> la respuesta republicana no se hizo esperar, se aseguró que el presidente está diciendo lo que la gente quiere escuchar, se culpa al presidente barack obama de haber obstruido la obra petrolera en el golfo de méxico. >>> los contribuyentes estadounidenses no pueden financiar los gastgos, de estas ideas que no sobrevivirían en el mercado libre. >>> en el futur
. ronald reagan ordered the united states marines to beirut. quote: "you are about to embark on a mission of great importance to our nation and the free world. the conditions under which you carry out your vital assignment are demanding and dangerous. you are tasked to be once again what marines have been for more than 200 years... peacemakers." (president ronald reagan) narrator: in october of 1983, america took its first hit in a new and terrifyingly deadly form of warfare, when the marines headquarters in beirut was destroyed by terrorists driving a truck packed with explosives. quote: "i heard a vavoom, vavoom, and all hell broke loose. the whole place lit up like the sun. it felt like something had hit me in the head. the place had started shaking, and i rolled into the fetal position. that's the way i ended up staying." (corporal paul rivers) narrator: forty-nine of the 241 marines who died were black. general paul kelly, commander of the american troops, visited the wounded. quote: "i spoke to a young marine with more tubes going in and out of his body than i'd ever seen in one per
of the libya conflict with ronald reagan. here's ronald reagan, who faced exactly the same hostile setting that president will respond. self-defense is not only our right, it's our duty. >> pat, you were there when raking on. >> i wrote the speech. the final -- >> give me thing with and show mow how -- what is going on today. >> it's different for this meaning. we were attacked at the discotheque. >> in berlin. >> berlin. they killed american soldiers and wounded about 50 of them. this was a response for what they did, a single action by oregon in response. this comes under the war powers act, i think. no doubt about it. but this is a different thing obama is doing. he is going after a nation that didn't attack us and didn't threatening us, in a civil war, and he attacked it! >> he's also killing civilians. >> and he's killing -- >> gates is laying excuses over killing more -- [everyone talking at once] >> no right to kill! >> hold it! >> let him finish! >> you've got no right to kill libya's soldiers. what are they doing, defending their country and putting down an insurgency of a governm
the agenda. >>> the man who helped save president ronald reagan's life 30 years ago when he was shot is telling his story. that is coming up next. >>> two u.s. marshal and a police officer hit by gun fire in the shootout. we'll be right back. >>> not bad. the sunshine and temperature up to 50 degrees. changes are coming and rain is on the way. we'll have more in when the edge continues. stay with us. >> two deputy u.s. marshals and a police officer shot in a gun fight in st. louis, missouri today. the suspect later died and officers were trying to arrest the man. one marshal was shot in the head and is in critical condition, the other shot in the ankle. the officer grazed in the face. the police have not said what the suspect was being arrested for and are not seeing details about how he was killed. >>> 30 years ago this month, surgeons at george washington university hospital found themselves treating president ronald reagan after being shot by a would-be assassin. paul wagner spoke with the doctor who headed the team and this is that preview of the story you will see at 10. >> repo
and in that january day that was overcast, ronald reagan came from out of the capital and he stood at the podium and said later he felt even though the day was overcast and that moment, he thought a beam of sunshine had hit him and warmed up the podium in a way in time for his swearing in. he put his hand on the bible and took the oath of office as president of the united states of america and that bible was open to the second chronicles, 7-14. the passage says this. if my people who are called by my name shall humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turned from their wicked ways, i will hear from heaven, and forgive their sins and heal their land. and now reagan who could not have known, his mom wrote in the margins, "a great passage for healing the nation's." that was great direction. it is great direction in our time and it is great direction for the future of this country for all time. we need to know where our help comes from. we need to be a country that turns toward god, not a country that turns away from god. [applause] this is not the rhetoric o. this is a founding premise. the
if we said on the very first day, we are reinstating ronald reagan's mexico city policy, and no american tax money willin the abortion anywhere outside the united states,. . what if we said on the very first day that george w. bush's limitations of conscience protection will be reinstated so the government will act of the protect those as a matter of conscience who refused to do the things and finally, what we said on the first day at the state's department will be instructed as of this state to recognize the right of every sovereign nation to define its capital and the embassy will be in the capital of the country that defines it. it, means that the united states embassy will be in jerusalem. the only country in the world where it refuses the local government to allow its embassy in the capital. we should stop on the very first day. i am not yet a candidate. i am the process of exploring. you can go to newtexplores20 12.com. we are all lying to be on the same team after this is over. it will take all of us to defeat the left. we cannot just to feed the left in washington. we need 40 mor
. >> this is a cancer to be rooted out and ronald reagan said it the best, he's a bad man and the arab league resolved he has to go. >> kelly: and lt. colonel cowan, telling us there must be ground forces-- might there be special forces that would go in under the concealment and secrecy to take out muammar gaddafi and his 42-year reign? >> kelly i would hope there would be. at this point the problem we're getting and brad and i, we're different political philosophies, but on something like this, we absolutely agree, and something like this, you want to have a sense of the clear resolve and purpose of the administration. not in terms of specific tax particular, but in trms of overarching goals and so far, i don't think we have it. i think we need a speech from the president and the secretary of state to clarify both our national interest. our national-- most of our national resolve. >> kelly: gentlemen, let me raise this question real quick before you go. brad, i'll direct it to you and doug, let you weigh in. we heard peter doocy's story before this, former president ronald reagan made it very clear t
years ago today that a gunman fired shots at president ronald reagan. a look back at that day and the only local tv interview with jim brady, the press secretary who suffered life-altering wounds in the assassination attempt. fox 5 morning news starts right now. >>> let's take a look outside as we look at traffic on the wilson bridge, early on this wednesday morning. it's march 30th, getting close to the end of the month. one more day left in this third month of the year. good morning, i'm steve chenevey. >> and i'm allison seymour. glad that you are with us today. and i seem to recall this is going to be the nicest day of the week. did i miss that. >> i think yesterday might have been. i think you might have missed it. >> i missed it. i was hoping for this day. >> but this might be the nicest moment of this particular day. >> there you go, live for the moment. enjoy the next few minutes, it's going to be nice. and then we have the changes. >> and it's done. >> and it's over. yesterday the nicest day of the week. got up to 51 degrees. today our temperatures have already peaked
to assassinate ronald reagan outside of the washington hilton hotel. and in the last week, we brought you firsthand o caughts -- accounts from the secret service agent who was by the president's side and the doctor who saved mr. reagan's life. tonight, we're hearing the secure communications between the secret service that day and that is next. 's rig >> today the secret service released a recording of the adrenaline-fueled shouts and commands between agents protecting president ronald reagan the day he was shot outside of the washington hilton hotel. the four minutes or so of two- wave radio traffic reveals how quickly his condition deteriorated. fox 5s paul wagner is in the newsroom with that part of the story. >> reporter: the secret service never allowed us to hear the story until now, a few minutes of history showcasing the professional calm of the agent protecting the president. one minute, reagan's fine and the next, a command to head to the hospital. the instant john hinkley fires his pistol, a secret service agent transmits the news over the rad
to learn how badly he was hurt. few people knew back then how close ronald reagan came to dying after a bullet from john hinckley's gun caused great internal damage and bleeding, and it all happened just a few months into the reagan presidency. it was a day few people who were alive back then will ever forget. and our very own washington veteran, andrea mitchell, has a look back tonight. >> reporter: march 30th, 1981. a routine stop a mile from the white house, until a gunman fires at the president of the united states point blank. special agent jerry parr's training takes over. he shoves the president into the armored car. at first reagan, whose secret service handle is rawhide appears unharmed. >> rawhide is okay. follow-up. rawhide is okay. >> spots were fired at president reagan in washington as he left the hilton hotel. he was not injured. >> reporter: then everything changes. >> he started spitting up bright red, frothy blood. >> roger. we want to go to the emergency room of george washington. >> that's a roger. >> go to george washington fast. >> reporter: dr. joseph giordano w
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